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1921
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1917
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1916
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1915
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1914
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American periodicals
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short stories
21
English periodicals
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science fiction
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detective fiction
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Sherlock Holmes
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Feb 10, 2019
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McClure's v36n01 (1910-11)
Topics: American periodicals, pulp magazines
Community Texts
Feb 5, 2019
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The Black Cat, formerly a unique magazine of short stories, is now attempting to be more like other pulp and fiction magazines. These are among the last issues and are very scarce.
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Feb 1, 2019
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The Black Cat, formerly a unique magazine of short stories, is now attempting to be more like other pulp and fiction magazines. These are among the last issues and are very scarce.
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Jan 29, 2019
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The Black Cat, formerly a unique magazine of short stories, is now attempting to be more like other pulp and fiction magazines. These are among the last issues and are very scarce.
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Jan 25, 2019
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter died in 1913, and the magazine was sold to new management. Frank W. Osborne was the new editor. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. It was now opening the door to more conventional pulp-like material. Covers continued to be by Nelly Littlehale Umbstaetter.
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Jan 17, 2019
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. Word count was limited to around 5,000. No dialect, purple prose, or attempts at fancy writing permitted. All covers are by Nelly...
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Jan 13, 2019
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter died in 1913, and the magazine was sold to new management. Frank W. Osborne was the new editor. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. It was now opening the door to more conventional pulp-like material. Covers continued to be by Nelly Littlehale Umbstaetter.
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Jan 8, 2019
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter died in 1913, and the magazine was sold to new management. Frank W. Osborne was the new editor. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. It was now opening the door to more conventional pulp-like material. Covers continued to be by Nelly Littlehale Umbstaetter.
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Dec 31, 2018
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. Word count was limited to around 5,000. No dialect, purple prose, or attempts at fancy writing permitted. All covers are by Nelly...
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Dec 27, 2018
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. Word count was limited to around 5,000. No dialect, purple prose, or attempts at fancy writing permitted. All covers are by Nelly...
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Dec 27, 2018
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. Word count was limited to around 5,000. No dialect, purple prose, or attempts at fancy writing permitted. All covers are by Nelly...
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Dec 23, 2018
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. Word count was limited to around 5,000. No dialect, purple prose, or attempts at fancy writing permitted. All covers are by Nelly...
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Dec 19, 2018
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. Word count was limited to around 5,000. No dialect, purple prose, or attempts at fancy writing permitted. All covers are by Nelly...
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Dec 10, 2018
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. Word count was limited to around 5,000. No dialect, purple prose, or attempts at fancy writing permitted. All covers are by Nelly...
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Dec 8, 2018
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. Word count was limited to around 5,000. No dialect, purple prose, or attempts at fancy writing permitted. All covers are by Nelly...
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Dec 4, 2018
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. Word count was limited to around 5,000. No dialect, purple prose, or attempts at fancy writing permitted. All covers are by Nelly...
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Dec 2, 2018
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions on genres or content other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. The Black Cat published nothing but short stories. Word count was limited to around 5,000. No dialect, purple prose, or attempts at fancy writing permitted. All covers are by Nelly...
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Nov 29, 2018
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. All covers are by Nelly Littlehale Umbstaetter.
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Nov 27, 2018
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of  talent. All covers are by Nelly Littlehale Umbstaetter.
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Nov 26, 2018
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. All covers are by Nelly Littlehale Umbstaetter.
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Nov 26, 2018
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. All covers are by Nelly Littlehale Umbstaetter.
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Nov 25, 2018
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of  talent. All covers are by Nelly Littlehale Umbstaetter.
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
Community Media
Nov 24, 2018
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman D. Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent. All covers are by Nelly Littlehale Umbstaetter.
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Nov 23, 2018
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The Black Cat was a much imitated all-fiction magazine that used mostly amateur authors. It had no restrictions other than to tell a good story. Editor Herman Umbstaetter had the novel idea of paying writers by merit rather than by word count, an idea that attracted a great deal of talent.
Topics: American periodicals, short stories
Community Texts
Nov 19, 2018
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Short stories compiled from The Idler
Topics: English Magazines, short stories
Community Texts
Nov 19, 2018
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Serial compilation from The Idler
Topics: English periodicals, ghost stories
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Nov 14, 2018
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Serial compilation from The Strand
Topics: English periodicals, detective fiction
Community Texts
Nov 13, 2018
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Serial compilations from Pearson's Magazine and Cosmopolitan
Topics: English periodicals, American periodicals, science fiction
Community Texts
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Serial compilation from The New Review, including omitted chapter
Topics: English periodicals, science fiction
Community Texts
Nov 13, 2018
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Serial compilation from Pearson's Magazine
Topics: English periodicals, fantasy
Community Texts
Nov 13, 2018
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Serial compilation from Pearson's Magazine and Cosmopolitan
Topics: English periodicals, American periodicals, science fiction
Community Texts
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Serial compilation from Everybody's Magazine
Topics: American periodicals, science fiction
Community Texts
Nov 13, 2018
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Serial compilations from The Strand and Cosmopolitan
Topics: English periodicals, American periodicals, science fiction
Community Texts
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Serial compilation from Everybody's Magazine
Topics: American periodicals, adventure
Community Texts
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Serial compilation from The Strand
Topics: English periodicals, tales of terror, tales of terror
Community Texts
Nov 12, 2018
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Serial compilation from The Strand
Topics: English periodicals, science fiction
Community Texts
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Serial compilation from The Strand
Topics: English periodicals, Sherlock Holmes, detective fiction
Community Media
Nov 12, 2018
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Serial compilation from The Strand
Topics: English periodicals, science fiction
Community Texts
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Serial compilation from The Strand
Topics: English periodicals, Sherlock Holmes, detective fiction
Community Media
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Serial compilation from The Strand
Topics: English periodicals, Sherlock Holmes, detective fiction
Community Media
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Serial compilation from The Strand
Topics: English periodicals, Sherlock Holmes, detective fiction
Community Media
Nov 12, 2018
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Serial compilation from The Strand
Topics: English periodicals, Sherlock Holmes, detective fiction
Community Media
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Serial compilation from The Strand Magazine
Topics: English periodicals, Sherlock Holmes, detective fiction
Community Media
Nov 12, 2018
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Serial compilation from The Argosy (US)
Topics: American periodicals, Atlantis, lost race
Community Media
Nov 11, 2018
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Serial compilation from Cosmopolitan Magazine.
Topics: Science Fiction, apocalyptic fiction
Community Media
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Serial compilation from Pearson's Magazine
Topics: English periodicals, science fiction, space travel
Community Media
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Serial compilation from The Strand Magazine
Topics: English periodicals, detective stories
Community Media
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Serial compilation from The Strand Magazine
Topics: English periodicals, Egypt, fantasy
Community Media
Nov 11, 2018
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Serial compilation from The Windsor Magazine
Topics: English periodicals, lost race
Community Media
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Serial compilation from The Strand Magazine.
Topics: English periodicals, science fiction, crime stories, secret societies
Community Media
Nov 11, 2018
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Serial compilation from Pearson's magazine.
Topics: English periodicals, ghost stories